The things most people will remember from Tyler and Allison’s Pennsylvania wedding: the rain, elk, and delicious food. My drive was rainy until I was about 30 mins away and the sun peaked through the clouds. I had hope for at least a cloudy day but I knew looking at the radar more than likely we would have showers for the ceremony. Then ceremony time rolled around and the rain started.
As an old wise tale says: rain on your wedding day is good luck because it signifies that your marriage will last. As you know, a knot that becomes wet is extremely hard to untie – therefore, when you “tie the knot” on a rainy day, your marriage is supposedly just as hard to unravel! Tyler and Allison got more than a little bit of good luck on their wedding day.
The bride and groom held a small ceremony prior to welcoming guests for an evening of delicious food, drinks, and dancing. The subtle details of the wedding day were my favorite. The wooden arch at the altar was built by a family member. The florals were the perfect blend of soft and romantic. Allison told me ahead of time that she wanted a stress free laid back wedding where everyone had a good time. I knew this was my kind of wedding and it certainly was.
These are a few of my favorite photos from the Robbins Paradise Ranch wedding. The day was full of little details that meant so much to the sweet couple. Ready to book your Pennsylvania wedding? Click here.
Photography: Megan Anderson Photography
Venue: Robbins Paradise Ranch
Pastor: Clayton Kessling
Catering: Smith’s BBQ Chicken & Brian Hockenberry
Florals: Pocketful Of Posies
DJ: Tor Michaels-Show
Make Up: Dawn Harpster
Rings : Confer’s Jewelers
Dress: Pine Ridge Bridal
Tux: Bespoke & Co.
Boutonnières: Woodring’s Floral Gardens, LLC
Hair: The Room Hair and Nail Spa